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Operations has been talking about DevOps concepts for a long time. Tools like PXE, cfengine, etc. are proof of this, but until recently the operations side of the house has been hand-cuffed by the physical world. By hand-cuffed I mean that for operations, change is difficult and slow. Physical machines must be moved, plugged in, booted, installed, and configured. The DevOps community continues to define how to accomplish these goals. The details are varied and outside the scope of this post, but the high level concepts are.
In the past year, untraditional system administrators and software developers coming from western countries were all the time talking about a new concept: DevOps. DevOps is the combination of development and operations. (DevOps also includes product management, QA and sales).
Why do we have to combine the two fields? The first reason is that our working process is broken, totally broken. Development department and operation department in many companies are in conflict, because of the “broken”.
While competition amongst expats have been increasing, the IT industry in Singapore still lacks DevOps Trainers - to that extent where local startups are prepared to overpay for talent. As it stands, the average Singaporean still views software development as something which can be easily outsourced (as with most government agencies here). You just need to have a decent portfolio and prove your competency to your employers - if its not through a degree, it has to be through the work you have done before
Thus each company need DevOps trainer with DevOps specialist to help design, develop and teach multiple courses in a professional and approachable manner. Hiring DevOps Training with following skill is very important.
A great trainer has all of the following things: The following list reflects many of the skills and qualities needed by trainers, not in an exhaustive way but as markers to map out the territory.